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# Negative numbers

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This exponents worksheet is presented in the form of a table in which students need to complete. For each problem, the students are given different information in the table. The information includes: the number, the base, the exponent, the expanded form, or the standard form. Students use the giv...

Math Game Monday is an integer game aligned to 7th Grade Common Core called What's My Sign? from Making It As A Middle School Teacher.

I decided to have my 7th grade Pre Algebra students use anchor charts this year. I didn't think I would like them or my kids, but they absolutely love them. It probably has helped that I have added pictures and made them colorful! I feel like I should share that I have used and made with everyone. Pre Algebra ones are hard to find! This is the first one I used this year to introduce Number Sense with must students! I had them copy these into their journals as we did the investigations! They…

This foldable allows students to have a compact and engaging way to learn or review the give basic rules of exponents. Rules covered: Product Rule Quotient Rule Power Rules (Power of a power and Power of a product) Negative Exponent Rule Zero Exponent Rule

Negative Exponents journal entry

Ever wonder how to make integers not only practical, but fun? I know I struggle sometimes with trying to get the importance across to my young students that these "little" negatives are SO important! I had inspiration though the other night while planning a science lesson. I've discovered this one true fact. Middle Schoolers like LOVE Post-It notes!!!! Here's how I taught the lessons of integers. It took a few days to complete the four operations, BUT we not only had fun, we learned our…

Operations with Positive and Negative Integers

Exponent Rules FoldableThis foldable helps students to multiply, divide and simplify rational numbers using exponent rules. Invisible power, power of a power, zero exponents, negative exponent, and more.Options to print out double-sided and color!You might be interested to check out the rest of my b...

When I had my students write their goals at the beginning of the year, I had quite a few of them that said they wanted to learn how to add negative numbers (or something else to do with integers). After reading those, I was really excited to start our unit on integers. Our Foldable - Click Here for a Copy In our standards, 7th grade is where students are introduced to integers for the first time, so I wanted to make sure we started with activities that would give students an…